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Federal agency administrator

Harley G. Lappin, American federal agency administrator. Recipient Associate Warden of the Year award, Federal Bureau Prisons, 1992, Excellence in Prison Management award, 2000, Attorney General's award for Excellence in Management, United States Department Justice, 2001, Presidential Rank award for Meritorious Executive, 2004.

Background

Lappin, Harley G. was born in 1956.

Education

Bachelor in Forensic Studies, Indiana University, 1978. Master of Arts in Criminal Justice and Correctional Administration, Kent State University, 1985.

Career

Case manager to central inmate monitoring administrator Federal Correctional Institution Federal Bureau Prisons, United States Department Justice, Texarkana, Texas, 1985—1989, camp administrator Federal Correctional Institution Jesup, Georgia, 1989—1991, associate warden Federal Medical Center Carville, Louisiana, 1991, branch administrator program review devision Washington, 1993—1996, warden, director habilitation program Federal Correctional Institution Butner, North Carolina, 1996—1998, warden, founder special confinement unit United States Penitentiary Terre Haute, Indiana, 1998—2001, regional director Mid-Atlantic Region, 2001—2003, director, since 2003. Chairman Management Reengineering Team Federal Bureau Prisons, chairman Forward Thinking Workgroup. Member American Correctional Association Standards Committee.